THE Huawei Mate 40 Pro already passed through the hands of DxOMark. Evaluated this Thursday (22), the cell phone of Huawei with triple camera is ranked first in the ranking of the website specialized in photography, with 136 points. The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and Huawei P40 Pro follow, with 133 and 132 points, respectively.
The test took into account the photographic set of Huawei’s launch. The phone’s main camera has 50 megapixels (f / 1.9) and is accompanied by two 20 megapixel (ultrawide) and 12 megapixel (periscope) sensors, in addition to another component to capture the color temperature.
The Chinese cell phone draws attention mainly for its dynamic range. According to tests carried out by the specialized website, the smartphone is capable of capturing good quality images even in low-light environments, and still delivers photos with a pleasant level of detail and with little noise.
The bokeh effect is another highlight of the phone. “The Mate 40 Pro’s portrait mode does a good job of creating a natural-looking bokeh simulation that is not far from something that a DSLR and fast lens could capture,” they noted. “Our testers were particularly impressed by the depth estimate that works well even with hair and other complex subjects.”
The zoom camera also received praise. As the tests point out, the sensor with telephoto lens captures a lot of details during the photos. Still, it is not considered the best, considering the Mi 10 Ultra, Xiaomi’s cell phone with zoom up to 120x, which has two cameras for distance photos.
The focus proved to be fast and accurate in both photos and videos. The stabilization in filming also gave its air of grace in the tests, considered as “excellent” by the website, as well as the details, low noise levels in internal and external videos and the accuracy of the white balance and color rendering during a recording .
Still, the smartphone has its downsides, as is the case with the narrow field of view of the sensor with ultrawide lens and the loss of focus often in images captured with the telephoto camera. The variation in sharpness between frames when walking during shooting and in low light also reduces the phone’s note.
The launch reached 140 points for photos, 88 for zoom and 116 for videos, totaling 136 points in the rear photo set and 104 in the front camera, with emphasis also on dynamic range, depth of field and noise control in selfies. Check the ranking of DxOMark this Friday (23):
- Huawei Mate 40 Pro: 136 points;
- Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra: 133 points;
- Huawei P40 Pro: 132 points;
- Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro: 128 points;
- Vivo X50 Pro +: 127 points;
- Oppo Find X2 Pro: 126 points;
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G: 126 points;
- Honor 30 Pro +: 125 points;
- Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max: 124 points;
- Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G: 123 points.
Huawei Mate 40 Pro is announced without Google
The Huawei Mate 40 Pro is the newest phone from Huawei. Announced this Thursday (22) alongside the Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro + and Mate 40 RS Porsche, the smartphone reaches the consumer with 5G, 90 Hz screen, advanced technical data and Android, but without Google apps, due to the friction between the Chinese brand and the United States.
With curved edges, the phone’s screen measures 6.76 and is cut out by a hole in the upper left corner, to house the front camera and the 3D sensor (ToF). Among the launch specifications are the Kirin 9000 processor, 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of storage and a 4,400 mAh battery, with a fast recharge of 66 watts.
Huawei’s cell phone will hit stores for 899 euros (about R $ 5,950 in direct conversion). There is no expected date and price for the launch of the Huawei Mate 40 in Brazil.
With information: DxOMark